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ennifer McMurcie, Trump International Hotel and Golf Links and Paula Hawes, Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience pictured with Martina Canty, Fáilte Ireland, attending the Canadian Destination Expo in Barbarstown Castle, Co Kildare where 70 Irish trade pitched their businesses to a group of 20 top Canadian travel agents. Photo: Lensman Photography.

Pitching Clare to Canadian Travel Agents

Six prominent Clare companies pitched their businesses to a group of 20 top Canadian travel agents who are in Ireland to attend the Fáilte Ireland’s autumn sales workshop.

Representatives from the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience; Trump International Hotel & Golf Links, Doonbeg; Secret Ireland Escapes; Shannon Heritage; Dromoland Castle and Doolin Ferry Company attended the Canadian Destination Expo in Barbarstown Castle, Co Kildare.

The workshop, which was organised by Fáilte Ireland in conjunction with Tourism Ireland, was the last in a series of six sales workshops which were organised to focus on attracting more overseas visitors from key markets including the North American market.

Irish tourism businesses engaged in almost 8,500 one-to-one sales meetings with approximately 275 major travel agents and overseas buyers during the past weeks.

Speaking at the workshop, Ciara Sugrue, Head of Publicity, Trade and Promotions, Fáilte Ireland said: “The North American market is an important market for Ireland and we are delighted to be welcoming these top Canadian travel operators to Ireland who had the opportunity to meet with the Clare tourism representatives at the workshop. These influential travel agents have the capacity to deliver significant amounts of visitors to Ireland and their presence here is a testimony to Ireland’s appeal as a destination.”

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